They may have a new name. They may have developed an expansive new story and mission to guide their future. But their capacity to care is unwavering and their programs and services remain the same. In fact, like their namesake trees, they’re growing and flexibly adapting to support the needs of our community. Formerly Women’s Place of South Niagara, Birchway Niagara is still an ever-present, easily accessible organization in Welland, with a satellite office at The Hope Centre.
Change doesn’t come easy, and risks are often involved – evidenced by Birchway's ambitious and timely overhaul of its brand (which is a compelling story in itself at birchway.ca). Join guests Amanda Braet and Jennifer McQuestion as they share their undeniable passion and pride for what Birchway Niagara does today and its possibilities for the future.
With the Book Riot, their biggest, longest-running (44 page-turning years and counting) fundraising event of the year right around the corner, there's no better time than now to get reacquainted with our friends at Birchway Niagara.
You can catch all past episodes and leave us comments at www.engagewelland.ca/podcast